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Your nose is a big part of how you look. Because it is right at the center of your face, it can influence
your overall appearance. However, your nose shape depends on your genes, which is to say a good nose
a matter of genetic luck. If you happen to have a nose that does not fit well with the rest of your face,
you may want to consider rhinoplasty or nose lift surgery. Rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure for correcting
nasal asymmetry, uneven nose profile, nose bumps, misaligned nose bridges, and several others.
If you’re not satisfied with your nose shape or size, you can improve your look with rhinoplasty.
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A rhinoplasty can bring out the best of your facial features. By improving your nose shape and size, you can highlight your
cheekbones, lips, eyebrows, and chin. Many who undergo rhinoplasty
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What is rhinoplasty?
A rhinoplasty or nose job is a cosmetic procedure that involves shaping and grafting the nose to improve its function and aesthetics.
What are the risks?
While rhinoplasty is generally safe, complications may include bleeding, allergic reaction to anesthesia, and infection. Rhinoplasty also has the highest revision rate among all cosmetic procedures. To ensure that your operation goes smoothly, choose a surgeon with the right combination of skills and experience for the job.
What do I have to prepare prior to the procedure?
Before your operation, your surgeon will walk you through the procedure. He/she will assess you in order to determine which measures and medications to take before, during, and after your operation. It is recommended that you refrain from smoking a month before and a month after your operation. You are also advised to stay away from medication like aspirin and ibuprofen, which may cause post-operative blood clotting and bleeding.
What should I expect during the operation?
A rhinoplasty typically lasts up to two hours. Throughout the whole operation, you will be placed under general anesthesia. Your surgeon will make an incision either at the bottom of your nose, between the nostrils (open technique), or beneath the lining of your nostrils (closed technique). Your surgeon will reshape, rearrange, and, some cases, break underlying bones and cartilage to achieve your desired effect.After the surgery, your incisions will be stitched up and your nose filled with gauze.
Are there any alternatives to rhinoplasty?
At the moment, there are no known alternatives to rhinoplasty. However, if you’re looking to improve your breathing, you can use nasal strips as a non-surgical alternative.